In their first blog post, Abdiel shares the hands-on and intimate learning about diasporic Puerto Rican music and dance they received from Segunda Quimbamba Folkloric Center in the early days of their Fellowship.
In her first blog post, Bethany shares how the unique history and needs of CPRD has influenced the process of identifying and beginning to plan for the organization of their archives.
Eleven fellows tapped by the Social Science Research Council will work with organizations in the Wallace Foundation’s art initiative.
In the final section of his blog, Quentin writes about digitizing the files of choreographer James Truitte, and includes reflections on Mr. Truitte’s contributions to Dayton Contemporary Dance Company from Sheri “Sparkle” Williams.
In her final blog post, Tere discusses curating an exhibit about the GCAC, the value of seeing the public interact with archives, and key takeaways.